September 19, 2011
SEC Proposes to Prohibit Conflicts of Interest in ABS Transactions
The SEC voted to propose a rule intended to prohibit certain material conflicts of interest between those who package and sell asset-backed securities (ABS) and those who invest in them. The proposed rule would prohibit securitization participants of an ABS for a designated time period from engaging in certain transactions that would involve or result in any material conflict of interest. Two criteria to determine whether the transaction involves a material conflict of interest are set out in the rule proposal.
The proposal, which is not intended to prohibit traditional securitization practices, implements Section 621 of the Dodd-Frank Act.
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